When you think of economic development or redevelopment projects, you may naturally think about the latest mixed-use development announced for “insert Indiana city/town here.” The renderings are usually inspiring, and often these projects bring office or retail space or housing that is pivotal to growing neighborhoods. But, did you know that parking garages can be one of the most effective tools for cities and towns?
Whether a parking garage is needed to support already existing businesses in a downtown with more potential or part of a project bringing much-needed density to a neighborhood, Envoy is committed to providing our clients with expert solutions for all types of parking structures.
As last year came to a close, Governor Eric Holcomb and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) released the 2018 economic development numbers for the state of Indiana. Touting a second consecutive, record-breaking year for job and investment commitments, as well as the largest annual number of commitments in IEDC history, the 2018 report encapsulates a productive 12 months that will benefit Indiana for years to come. For Envoy Companies, the proof is in the projects.
The reported statistics tell a compelling story of momentum in our business-friendly state and is encouraging for 2019, but certainly is not a surprise. As an established construction and development partner in Indiana, Envoy has felt the momentum from the past two years ripple through various sectors as clients continue to invest in our cities and towns--creating quality projects and opportunity across the state.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Envoy Companies is proud to announce the recent hiring of Rich Taylor as Business Development Manager and Mark Burcope as Senior Project Manager. Authorities in their respective industries, the new additions fill integral rolls in the development and construction management process for Team Envoy.
FISHERS, IN – Central Indiana Orthopedics, City of Fishers’ officials, and Envoy, Inc. celebrated the ground breaking of a new Hamilton County medical office facility today. The development is the first to start construction in MedTech Park located near 136th Street and I-69 in Fishers.
The new, state-of-the-art facility will expand Central Indiana Orthopedics’ services in Hamilton County and will include a clinic, surgery center, imaging, and physical therapy--among other services. The medical-office building will house Central Indiana Orthopedics’ Fishers-based operations, currently located in St. Vincent’s Hospital.